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Co-Chair, Marketing - Susan Goldberg

Susan Goldberg is the founder and CEO of Susan Goldberg Leadership Consulting. After graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in French Literature and Pace University with a dual MBA in International Economics and Marketing, Susan began working as an independent marketing consultant. In 2001, she launched her first business, Susan Goldberg Executive Search Consulting, where she helped clients find and place the right leadership within their companies.

PSE&G, GE, NBC, and Sprint PCS are just a few of the clients Susan has worked with over the years. Her extensive knowledge on emerging leadership, led her to co-author the book and workbook “Leadership in Wonderland”, a unique approach on how to become a more confident leader. Susan has also shared her knowledge in various publications and blogs including “Nonprofit Hub” and “Women Around Town”. Her business was recognized as one of Forbes America’s Best Executive Search Firms of 2017.

With 25 years of executive search consulting, examining the behaviors around developing and retaining talent at companies, Susan decided to shift her focus to address today’s challenge of developing new leadership. In September of 2016, Susan launched her refocused business, Susan Goldberg Leadership Consulting—where she specializes in developing Millennial and Generation Z talent.  In her work with young leaders, she teaches organizations how to maximize the potential of every employee and build stronger bonds among seasoned staff, new talent and the organization. Ultimately, Susan’s expertise at building stronger bonds results in a better return on talent that impacts current and future P&L of the business. Susan offers customized consulting packages which could include workshops, key note speeches, individual and group coaching. Her goal is to offer all her clients peace of mind, a safety net, and protection for the future of their companies. Susan is the President Emeritus of the Executive Search Roundtable and serves on Newark Academy’s Board of Governors, chairing the Career Development Committee. She currently lives and works in New York with her collection of eyeglasses and her dog.